Summary: This router works fine. I have had no problems with it. Obviously, you will need a faster network/lan card to take full advantage of the higher speeds. So far, I have not noticed an increase in speed with the use, but definitely more stable then my previous linksys router.
Summary: This router lasted for almost three years and performed well during that time. I had a Mac and a Windows laptop hooked up to it, along with a Wii and a blueray player. Set-up was easy and and adding a new computer was simple. The WPA setup was a snap as well. I just wish it would have lasted longer.
Good router for novice but limited tunneling, DMZ ...
16 June 2010
Summary: This is a decent router for a gamer/beginner. It has limited control abilities such as tunneling, DMZ, custom rules and such. I am thinking of going back to my Linksys as the 168.1.1 and list this one as the .0.1 so that I can have my controls back and the kids can still use this for gaming.
Summary: I recently just received my Gamer Lounge DGL-4300 Wireless Router. I was very excited because the new wireless setup would free up a lot of space for me and the electronics I have in the house.
Summary: I've gone through several routers trying to find one that not only helped connect my gaming systems and computers to the internet, but was able to provide top speed without disconnection or lag. My last Linksys router did just that.
Summary: Great product and great shipping. A little tricky when connecting to dsl though but you have to remove the companion software after setting up your account or else you will not have a usable connection. They do state this in the instructions and on their website.
Summary: I'm a computer professional so technology is not much of a mystery to me, but I still want something that's solid, and easy to manage. The internal software to his unit is pretty good, and the performance is top notch. For one its easy to store, and save your configurations.
Summary: This is a great router. I won't go into all the tech specs since other reviews do that quite well. But what I will say will hopefully be helpful for the layman: If you have shared drives, run p2p apps, game online, and generally do things that require a solid router to just do it's thing, this is a...